The Connected Campus: Meeting Students’ No. 1 Priority with Edge Solutions

July 26, 2017 Lynne Dean

College students surveyed think the Internet is just as important as eating and drinking, and given a choice between a car (64 percent) and dating (40 percent), would choose connectivity. Just like in the enterprise, universities and colleges are using a combination of conventional data centers, distributed environments and new edge solutions to create a next-gen architecture that meets next-gen learning and demand.

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